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Spanish Notarial Document

The accrual consists of a notarial document recording a procurement agreement between Petrus de Mathamala and Arnaldus Barnesii, Spain (Barcelona), 19 January 1424.

Correspondence, Maps

The accrual consists of holograph correspondence written primarily to his mother from the trenches and war front in Europe, together with a typescript transcription of the letters; a photograph of Macgowan with (apparently) two members of his battalion; programme for a Brussels Ball; clippings; and 11 maps used by Macgowan to direct his troops in battle. Most of the letters have been chronologically arranged by Macgowan; some letters are missing from the sequence, including a large gap 42-53.

General files

Series consists of records relating to the general administrative operations of the Belfry Theatre. Includes annual reports, correspondence with the B.C. Arts Board, the B.C. Cultural Fund, the Canada Council and similar organizations, box office reports, and records relating to Canadian Actors Equity Association, fund raising, publicity and subscriptions.

Financial records

Series consists of financial records for the period of 1976-1988. Materials include account books, budgets, bank statements, operating plans, interim financial reports, petty cash, payroll, insurance records, records relating to taxation and charitable donations, and related correspondence.

Victoria Phenology Project

Series consists of materials generated by the Victoria Phenology Project, a major research project conducted by Dr. Austin and colleagues from 1964-1986. The project studied intertidal marine algae (seaweed) and climactic conditions in Victoria and environs, including Ashlee Bay, McNeill Bay, Foul Bay (Gonzales Bay), Ogden Point, Ten Mile Point, Metchosin, Gordon Head, Private Bay, Harling Bay, Maynard Cove, and Cadboro Point.

Seaweed Inventory Project

Series consists of materials generated by the Seaweed Inventory Project, a major research project conducted by Dr. Austin and Robert Adams, research assistant and colleague. In 1972 and 1974, the project launched a survey of the seaweed along BC coastal waters. The series is complete record of the research project and includes original data, vegetation maps, reports, films and photographs, correspondence, field notes, reference literature, and other materials reflective of the activities of the researchers and project outcomes. Series consists of four sub-series:

  1. SIP reports, 1970-1997
  2. SIP films and photographs, [1972-1977]
  3. SIP correspondence and field notes, [1970-1977]
  4. SIP reference literature

Production records

Series consists of records from productions by the Bastion Theatre Company of British Columbia, arranged into six sub-series: Mainstage productions, 1975-1988; Prompt scripts, 1965-1988, predominantly 1974-1988; Play scripts, 1980-1988; Studio productions, 1976-1988; Production planning, 1965-1988; and Photographs, 1963-1988. Included in this series are scripts, musical scores, correspondence, contracts, production notes, applications, budgets, schedules, floor plans, photographs, and slides.

Administrative records

Series consists of the administrative records of the Bastion Theatre Company of British Columbia, arranged into eight series: Organization, 1963-1988; Correspondence, 1963-1988; Canadian associations, 1972-1987; McPherson Playhouse, 1963-1988; Subscription and box office records, 1971-1988; Facility proposals, 1968-1987; Legal agreements, 1975-1989; and Producing agreements, 1966-1988. Included in this series are office records, histories, annals, reports, inventories, and organizational plans; notes and a sound recording of an interview of Peter Mannering for "A History of Bastion Theatre," an M.A. thesis submitted to UVIC's Department of Theatre, by Irene Teresa Barber, 1975; architectural drawings; and legal agreements and correspondence.

Teaching Material and Student Projects

Series consists of materials related to Dr. Austin’s activities as a faculty member in the Department of Biology at the University of Victoria, including records pertaining to tenure and promotion, student projects, and teaching material.

Marketing records

Series consists of records generated by the Bastion Theatre Company of British Columbia through the marketing and promotions of their productions and activities, arranged into five series: Campaign management, 1965-1988; Print media, 1971-1988; Programs, 1963-1988; Audio/visual media, 1978-88; and Posters and displays, 1982-1988. Included in this series are the records of the Marketing Committee, 1977-1988; brochures and other promotional ephemera; news releases and press clippings; scrapbooks; theatre programs; audio/visual recordings of radio advertisements, interviews, and theatre performances; and production posters.

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